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Nurburgring Nordschleife Crashes 1970 at Adenauer Forst. NEW ! More crashes
Want another music and better image quality ? Watch the new upload here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en70xO8s4-4 !!! Nurburgring Nordschleife 70 Adenauer Forst Crashes. 8 minutes crashes compilation. Lots of cars of the seventies, crashing and spinning at a time when safety was just a word. Edited from film "Rhapsodie in Blech".





1975 German Grand Prix Highlights (no commentary, with race-guiding annotations)
The 1975 German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, held on August 3, 1975. This was the 11th of 14 rounds of the 1975 Formula One World Championship- this was also the fastest race ever run on the old Nürburgring. There is no commentary, but there are annotations to help viewers to follow the race.





F1 - 1967 German Grand Prix
Nurburgring Nordschleife





1973 Nurburgring Onboard
Narrated by Jackie Stewart. The Nürburgring is a motorsport complex around the village of Nürburg, Germany. Primarily due to its extraordinary length of over 22 kilometres (14 mi), and the lack of space due to its situation on the sides of the mountains, the Ring was unable to meet the ever-increasing safety requirements, and was also unsuitable for the burgeoning television market. Niki Lauda, the reigning world champion (1976) and only person ever to lap the full 22,835-metre (14.189 mi) Nordschleife in under 7 minutes (6:58.6, 1975), proposed to the other drivers that they boycott the circuit in 1976 because of the safety arrangements. The other drivers voted against the idea and the race went ahead. Lauda, ironically, crashed in his Ferrari, probably due to failure of the rear suspension. He was badly burned as his car was still loaded with fuel in lap 2. Lauda was saved by the combined actions of fellow drivers Arturo Merzario, Guy Edwards, Brett Lunger, and Harald Ertl, rather than by the ill equipped track marshals. The crash also showed that the distances were rather long for regular fire engines and ambulances, even though the "ONS-Staffel" was equipped with a Porsche 911 rescue car. This crash marked the end of the old Nürburgring for Formula One. It never hosted another F1 race again as the German Grand Prix was moved to the Hockenheimring for 1977. Video produced by http://www.truetraveler.com/




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